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Influence and Acceptance of Virginia Woolf's "Sexual Ambivalence" in China
Source:Chinese Women's Research Network | Release Date:2010-8-19
Keyword: "sexual ambivalence", acceptance, influence, modification
Author: CUI Hai-yan

Since the 1990s, the Chinese literary circles have developed strong interest in Virginia Woolf's notion of "sexual ambivalence". Her book of A Room of One's Own was translated several times. Scholars have studied and interpreted it from different perspectives. Her notion of "sexual ambivalence" has become a source of building translation theory and has also influenced Chinese literary creativity. Upon acceptance, Woolf's "sexual ambivalence" has also seen modifications in Chinese discourses. Undeniably, "sexual ambivalence" as a source of effective theorization in Chinese critic circles, has encountered misinterpretation, reminding us to reconsider.

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